500 years anniversary ceremony of Elsinore’s (Helsingør) municipal charter, Denmark at 1926

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300 dpi PDF files of nine unique photographs from Royal 500th years anniversary parade in Helsingør, Denmark at 1926. All photographs scanned with 1200 dpi resolution. All PDF files are 28 cm width and have 300 dpi resolution. Photographs source is a family album from Lund that documented southern Sweden between 1920s and 1930s.

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Helsingør, classically known in English as Elsinore, is a city in eastern Denmark.

Elsinore (municipality) had a population of 61 519 on 1 January 2015. It is known for its castle Kronborg, where William Shakespeare’s play Hamlet is set. The HH Ferry route connects Helsingør with Helsingborg in Sweden.

Elsinore was first mentioned as a market town in 1231 in King Valdemar Jordebog. It was then just south of the late medieval town, near the castle Flynderborg. The remains of this castle was dug away at the railway’s construction in the late 1800s. On June 2, 1426 the town was extended town charter by Erik of Pomerania, which also moved the settlement to the St. Olaf’s Church.

Source: Wikipedia

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Detail of our high-resolution scanned image.
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